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Prius Gen 3 Install

Installing the Plug-In Supply Add-On Battery System in a Toyota Prius Gen 3 (2010 and newer).

Safety First !

Safety First !

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Steps: 2
4KW and 7KW Pack Installation

4KW and 7KW Pack Installation

Shows how to install our cylindrical packs into a Gen 3 Prius. Several mounting options are available. The 2KW and 4KW packs will fit inside the plastic storage tray under the cargo deck.
The 7KW and larger packs replace the cargo tray or can sit on top of the cargo deck.
Steps: 6
Read Me First Gen 3 Prius

Read Me First Gen 3 Prius

The Gen 3 Prius is the easiest car to convert into a plugin and has great performance. You will average 80 mpg highway and 150 mpg city.
Steps: 1
Front Controller Install

Front Controller Install

Installing the front controller.
Steps: 4
Diagnostic Cable Install

Diagnostic Cable Install

Installing the diagnostic cable from the front controller to the cars diagnostic port.
Steps: 3
Communication Cable Install

Communication Cable Install

Installing the communication cable between the front controller and rear controller.
Steps: 4
Kill Switch Install

Kill Switch Install

Coming soon. The kill switch is optional. It turns off the gas motor for city driving at speeds up to 60 mph (100 kph). Not suitable for highway driving or continuous operation at max speed.
Steps: 3
Contactor Install

Contactor Install

The contactor assembly is normally installed inside the plastic bucket on the drivers side of the car (right side).
Steps: 2
High Voltage Tie-in

High Voltage Tie-in

Installing the High Voltage Tie-in Cable onto the Toyota traction battery. This is a safe and easy job. You are never exposed to high voltage.
Steps: 62
Rotate Service Disconnect Upwards Gen 3 for 10KW Only

Rotate Service Disconnect Upwards Gen 3 for 10KW Only

This step is not required for add-on battery packs smaller than 10kWh.
Steps: 38

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